• Year in review: Top Inside trends of 2014

    Join us now as we look back at some of the biggest trends of 2014 inside the boardroom and pertaining to the lives of lawyers. Click through the slideshow to travel back in time and see what we were talking about throughout the year.

  • A roller coaster ride in securities class actions

    Identifying and detailing trends in securities class action filings and settlements is like any roller coaster ride worth its weight in thrills—we anticipate what might be right around the corner.

  • Court won’t rehear AmEx’s arbitration clause case

    The 2nd Circuit said yesterday that it would not rehear a case centered on an arbitration clause that would prevent American Express merchant customers from filing antitrust lawsuits against the company.

  • Roundup: 2nd, 4th, 6th and 7th Circuits

    Class action waiver cannot block plaintiffs from pursuing claims; Internal complaints are protected activity under the FLSA; District court mishandled discovery in discrimination case; Solvent companies must pay benefits of insolvent affiliate

  • Litigation: Concepcion’s potential impact on federal antitrust actions

    We ask ourselves this question after the 2nd Circuit issued an opinion on Feb. 1, 2012 in In re Am. Express Merchants’ Litigation, No. 06-1871-civ, --- F.3d ----, 2012 WL 284518 (2d Cir. Feb. 1, 2012) (“Amex III”), which reaffirmed its previous ruling that a class action waiver in an...

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